Scotland to Greenland« All Sea Adventurer (AC) cruise options
- Day 1 Aberdeen, Scotland
- Day 2 Fair Isle & Lerwick
- Day 3 Torshavn, Faroe Islands
- Day 4 Mykines, Faroe Islands
- Day 5 At Sea
- Day 6 Reykjavik, Iceland
- Day 7 Westman Islands
- Day 8 At Sea
- Days 9-10 Prince Christian Sound, Greenland
- Day 11 Ivigtut, Greenland
- Day 12 Nuuk, Greenland
- Day 13 Kangerlussuaq & Sondrestomfjord
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-Cabins are available for single occupancy at 1.6 times the double occupancy rate. The supplement for a suite is 2 times the shared rate.
Day 1 Aberdeen, Scotland
Board the Sea Adventurer after a morning tour of Aberdeen.
Day 2 Fair Isle & Lerwick
Fair Isle has a National Trust Bird Observatory. A key destination in Viking times, it now hosts a hospitable population of some 70 people who happily combine a respect for tradition with a modern outlook. Great skuas greet visitors seeking puffins, while a charming museum is devoted to island heritage.
Day 3 Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Port details pending.
Day 4 Mykines, Faroe Islands
Port details pending.
Day 5 At Sea
Relax at sea today while enjoying informative lectures from your onboard naturalists.
Day 6 Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavik, which aptly means "steamy bay", a cosmopolitan capital city and as much a part of the Icelandic experience as the midnight sun or the fire and ice that creates the island's landscape. Entirely powered by geothermal energy harnessed from the Earth below, the city boasts air that is crisp, clean and pollution-free.
Day 7 Westman Islands
Here in the Westman Islands the world's youngest island was created in November of 1963. Later named Surtsey, it is a part of a group of volcanic islands well known for their sheer cliffs and huge Puffin populations. On the only inhabited island, Heimaey, an active volcano challenged its existence withan eruption in 1973. The town's firefighters were able to dam the flow before too much damage was done. The surrounding waters are known for whales and huge, echo-filled caves perfect for exploration.
Day 8 At Sea
Another day to enjoy the amenities of your ship, as well as attend numerous lectures on board from your naturalists and guides.
Days 9-10 Prince Christian Sound, Greenland
Today continue on the trail of the Vikings, making an expedition stop at Herjolfsnes, an important first landfall of the Norse upon reaching Greenland. A landscape of gothic peaks will surround you as you make your way sailing through towards Prince Christian Sound.
Day 11 Ivigtut, Greenland
Port details pending.
Day 12 Nuuk, Greenland
Nuuk is the oldest town in Greenland, but this world's smallest capital city is bustling in Greenlandic terms with 15,000 inhabitants. A short walk up from the harbour is 'the Brodtet' where the day's catch of seal, birds and fish is offered for sale. Have a chance to explore the Katuaq Cultural Centre and its collection of traditional kayaks (Greenlands best-known invention) and the Greenland National Museum where the famous 600-year old mummies from northern Greenland are housed.
Day 13 Kangerlussuaq & Sondrestomfjord
Make your journey down spectacular Sondre Stromfjord to Kangerlussuaq, where you will board a group charter flight (not included in cruise fare) to Toronto. If the day is clear, it is possible to see the largest ice cap in the world from your airplane window. From Toronto, connect to your return flights home.
Itinerary NotesWhat's Included
- All entry & park fees
- Your complete itinerary
- Team of resource specialists
- Educational program and pre-departure materials
- All shipboard meals
- All Zodiac excursions
- Service charges and port fees
What's Not Included
- Commercial flights
- Charter flights
- Mandatory medical / evacuation insurance
- Personal expenses
- Additional expenses in the event of delays or itinerary changes
- Discretionary gratuities to ship's crew (approximately $10-14 per passenger per day)
- Visas, or inoculations, if required
- Possible fuel surcharges
A group charter flight southbound from Kangerlussuaq to Toronto is not included in cruise fare, please add an additional $1180 per person, subject to change.
Deposit & Payment
Initial deposit is $1700, and most travelers will call our office and pay the deposit with a credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard, AmEx, and Discover. Alternatively, you can send a check to our Missoula, Montana, office or register online at: https://www.adventure-life.com/forms/fourways.php
Final payment is due 130 days prior to departure.
Final payment by check, bank transfer, or credit card (subject to an additional fee of approx 4%).
Booking last minute? No problem! Please contact one of our trip planners, and we can get you on your way if booking less than 130 days prior to departure.
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|Days Prior to departure||Fee|
|121 days or more||$700 per person|
|120-91 days||70% trip cost|
|90-0 days||100% trip cost|
Sea Adventurer (AC)
- Ship Highlights
- Passengers : 110
Sea Adventurer is a handsome expedition vessel reminiscent of the days of the great ocean liners, with lots of varnished wood and brass. Formerly known as the Clipper Adventurer, she sails on a wide variety of cruises — in Europe, the Canadian Arctic, the U.S., South America, and Antarctica.
Built in 1975 as the Alla Tarasova in the former Yugoslavia, the 122-passenger Sea Adventurer underwent a $13-million conversion in 1998 in Scandinavia. The new features include: 61 comfortable, all-outside cabins, with lower beds, private bathroom facilities, and individual temperature controls to offer the most comfortable Antarctica tours possible. The window-lined dining room seats all passengers at leisurely single seatings, where superb American and Continental cuisine is served by the friendly staff. There are two lounges — the Main Lounge and Bar on Promenade Deck, seating 130 passengers; and the Clipper Club, also on Promenade Deck, seating 45 passengers. There’s also a library/card room, a small workout room, a gift shop, and a hair salon.
Unique to the Sea Adventurer is a spacious, covered promenade with a beautiful wooden deck (varnished Oregon pine) where passengers can view the seascapes during their Antarctica travels. There’s also plenty of open deck space on the Boat Deck and Sun Deck, while an observation platform located forward below the Bridge is ideal for wildlife viewing.
The Sea Adventurer is an oceangoing vessel equipped with an ice-strengthened hull (A-1 ice class) ideally suited for cruises in such remote environments that Antarctica tours can offer, but supremely comfortable anywhere she sails. A fleet of Zodiac landing craft provides access to areas where no infrastructure exists. The vessel is equipped with state-of-the-art satellite navigation and communication equipment including telephone, fax, and e-mail.
The Captain and his officers maintain an open bridge to give passengers an opportunity to observe and ask questions. An experienced cruise staff, physician, and on board lecturers accompany all voyages to enhance the passengers’ enjoyment of the places visited.
Quad Lower Forward, 2 upper 2 lower berths, private facilities, porthole window, 150 sq. ft.
Triple Lower Deck, 1 upper 2 lower berths, private facilities, porthole window, 150 sq. ft.
Junior Double, two lower berths, shower, porthole window, 120 sq. ft
Double, two lower berths, shower, porthole window, 125 sq. ft.
Main Double, two lower berths, shower, porthole window, 155 sq. ft.
Deluxe Double, shower, midship, two lower berths, double window, 125 sq. ft.
Superior Double, two lower berths, shower, picture window, double window, 130 sq.ft.
Junior Suite, two lower berths, bath or shower, sitting area, triple window, 160 sq. ft.
Suite, two lower beds, bath with shower, two double windows, mini-refrigerator, sitting area, 215 sq. ft.
Owner’s Suite, two lower berths, shower/ bathtub, two double windows, mini-refrigerator and microwave, 268 sq ft.